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Flu Prevention

 In Canada, flu season usually runs from November to April and an estimated 10-25% of Canadians may get the flu each year. When most people think of flu symptoms, they think of body aches, fatigue, and maybe a cough. However, influenza, or the flu, actually begins as a respiratory infection caused by the influenza virus.

Blood Pressure

Your blood pressure is a good type of pressure that you'll want to know all about. Normal blood...

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Calcium

This month, we continue our year-long series on the basic vitamins and minerals necessary to good...

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Melatonin

In today's hectic pace, day turns to night far too quickly for those of us with too much to do....

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Adrenal Health

Sitting atop each kidney are small, yet vital, organs called adrenal glands. These little...

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Menopause

A woman’s life has so many stages and changes; physical maturation in our early teens, marriage,...

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Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 is part of the complex of B vitamins which act as coenzymes. We've all heard the term...

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Sciatica

Sciatica (pronounced sigh-at-ee-kah) is a condition that involves the sciatic nerve and causes...

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Eating Disorders

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) has identified and recognized three conditions with...

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Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a true collective effort. Originally discovered in 1922, it is only in the last...

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